C Programming - Statements and Logic
Learn more about statements and logic when programming in C to enhance your software programming skills.
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This course begins by discussing statements and logic when programming in C. You will look into conditional flow statements and the mechanisms for control flow statements. You will learn that control flow is the order in which individual statements, instructions, or function cells are executed within a piece of software. You will also learn how to implement a simple IF statement in C and look into the other functions of the IF statements and logical operators.
You will then look into operators such as logical OR, GOTO. and Loops in C. With this course, you will learn that the logical OR operator (||) returns the boolean value TRUE if either or both operands are TRUE and returns FALSE otherwise and that the GOTO statement is a jump statement, sometimes referred to as unconditional jump statement, and can be used to jump from anywhere to anywhere within a function. You will also study booleans, bitmasks, data structures, and more.
Upon the completion of this course, you will better understand the concept of control flow and learn more about the use of statements and logic in C programming. You will also gain better insight into the mechanisms for controlling flow statements and logical operators such as OR, GOTO and the While loop as well as be able to implement simple statements in C. Check out this course and learn more about the procedures used to write effective software programs today!
Module 1: Programming in C - Understanding Statements and Logic
Introducing conditional flow statements
The mechanisms for control flow statements
Implementing a simple if statement in C
More about if statements and logical operators
Introducing Logical OR
Introducing GOTO and Loops in C
More about blocks of code and GOTO statements
Introducing the While Loop in C
Introducing Custom Functions in C
Changing data using bitmasks
Introduction to data structures
Module 2: Programming in C - Statements and Logic Assessment
Learning outcomes: - Understand the concept of control flow; - Learn more about the use of statements and logic in C programming; - Understand the mechanisms for controlling flow statements; - Learn how to implement simple statements in C; - Learn more about logical operators such as OR, GOTO and the While loop.
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